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Thread: Looking for feedback on InstaLink 5 for iPhone

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    Looking for feedback on InstaLink 5 for iPhone

    Does this app actually work and is it accurate? Concept seems interesting or should I just stick with the strips?
    8000 gal. 12x24 semi-inground AquaWood, 1HP Zodiac 240v in-ground pump, Pentair Tagelus TA40 Sand Filter, CompuPool 16 SWG, Hayward 150k Cupro-nickel NG heater, Pool RoverT Jr. cleaner

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    Re: Looking for feedback on InstaLink 5 for iPhone

    I would stick with neither. The drop based tests are the most accurate.
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    Re: Looking for feedback on InstaLink 5 for iPhone

    Yeah, a good drop based test kit (the TF-100 or K-2006) are the only reliable ways to test your pool. Link is in my signature.
    John
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